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Nuremberg Chronicle Leaf Book - John Henry Nash  

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The Nuremberg Chronicle or, The Book of Chronicles from the Beginning of the World, the most famous German picture books of the fifteenth century... a monograph... with a leaf from the first Latin edition

Bullen, Henry Lewis

San Francisco

John Henry Nash for the Book Club of California



XXV pp. Illustrated with a tipped-in leaf from the first Latin edition of the Nuremberg Chronicle, plus frontispiece and reproductions in the text. (Folio), original leather-backed marbled boards. Prospectus laid in. No. 10 of 300 copies.

Original leaf is folio cclrxxviiii, with a large woodcut on each page, both of cites; "Anglia" and "Hilpania." The second of the club's many leaf books. BCC 38.

Lot Amendments

A fair amount of loss to spine strip, but label still attached; original leaf with toning/staining to margins, interior sound; very good.

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